要求实习应用:2021 Metada下降ta Intern

ABOUT US:The Medical Heritage Library, Inc. (MHL) is a collaborative digitization and discovery organization of some of the world’s leading medical libraries committed to providing open access to resources in the history of healthcare and health sciences. The MHL’s goal is to provide the means by which readers and scholars across a multitude of disciplines can examine the interrelated nature of medicine and society, both to inform contemporary medicine and to strengthen understanding of the…继续阅读

Join us 4/23 for “The Animal Soul between Peter Scheitlin and Charles Darwin” with Elizabeth McNeill

Fri, April 23, 202112:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDTRegister: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-speaker-series-elizabeth-mcneill-tickets-143312530637 The 19th-century origins of studying animal behavior is commonly traced back to Darwin’s experiments in the late 1830s at the London Zoological Gardens with the aim of researching mental evolutionism. Inthis talk, McNeill complicates this origin story by re-situating it within the 19th-century history of psychology in the German-speaking world and, more specifically, the slow, contentious rise of animal psychology as a viable object and…继续阅读

This Friday, 4/9! “‘Black Museum’: An American Medical Experiment” with Sarah L. Berry

Please join the Medical Heritage Library, Inc. for the third talk in our Spring Speaker Series! WhenFri, April 9, 202112:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-speaker-series-sarah-l-berry-tickets-143311824525 Racial disparities in health and medical care have been highlighted by the current pandemic, but they have long roots in U.S. history. Teaching and researching this history is important for moving forward with restorative justice and health equity. A particularly rich starting point is “Black Museum,” a…继续阅读

Register for “Carry On: The Depiction of Post-War Disability in Government Propaganda and Consumer Culture, 1919-1925”

About this Event Please join the Medical Heritage Library, Inc. for the first in our Spring Speaker Series! WhenFri, March 26, 202112:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT How to Register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-speaker-series-nora-oneill-tickets-143307467493 After World War I, as 200,000 military members returned home with a disability, the US government standardized rehabilitation programs for the first time. The consolidation of rehabilitative services by the government resulted in a consistent definition of disability and ability, one which was intimately…继续阅读

From Our Partners: J Worth Estes Lecture

Center for the History of Medicine, Countway Libraryis pleased to share information about the Boston Medical Library’s 17th Annual J. Worth Estes Lecture 1980s Biological Revolution in Psychiatry: What Really Happened, and What Really Happened Next, with Anne Harrington, Ph.D. Dr. Harrington is the Franklin L. Ford Professor of the History of Science, Harvard University, and is the author of four books, including Re-enchanted Science, The Cure Within, and Mind Fixers. Register here. The 1980’s saw a rapid pivot…继续阅读

会话1 Redux!

Last week any of you who tried to click on the video for the first session of our 2020 conference may have noticed quite a few technical difficulties. We’d like to apologize for those — we’re new to offering content on YouTube — and offer this corrected version!继续阅读